Have a xbox 360 (late 2006 model) tried to hook it up to a brand new samsung 20" sync master lcd. Highly saturated/cell shaded type graphics for games but dvd okay to watch, 3 days later 'mode not supported'.
Now xbox won't work on tv it was previously used with for past year...
xbox or tv??? :/
I have the same problem and i think it's to do with the xbox because my wii works on the tv but my xbox doesn't, it says mode not supported. I heard that if you connect it to another tv then back to your old one,v it will work.
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the tv models in store are usually have samples from blueray dvds. standard dvd players will look fuzzy because it only submits standard dvd picture quality. you can try an upvert dvd player. tho i cant promise picture quality. i have an xbox 360 that upverts the quality. if you get a bluray player i recommend hdmi wires. if you get upvert dvd player and it has an hd outlet red, blue, green wires it might work. i havent tried one myself. if you dont want to spend money on bluray dvds. i recommend an xbox console. it upverts dvds through hdmi or hd red, blue, green wires
I would try the XBox on another TV set of a different and higher end model to verify. If it works okay, then you know for sure it is your TV set.
It is possible that the model of TV you have is a little slow in processing the video. In digital processing there is memory usage and a lot of processing going on. I have seen more of video sync delay problems in the lower end type TV sets.
if it's a pull plug and try again, you're going to have to replace two caps on the board. I had the same problem with this piece of garbage almost a year ago. I searched the web and found the solution. it worked, but now there's a burn on the screen. I've only had the tv for three years.
i have the same problem as well wtf? i used mine for ages then suddenly last night i looked all cell shaded and swirly so i left it over night. i turn it on this morning and get mode not supported. i thought it was my xbox but now i know it is the tv. thanks for at least that much. someone please help
It may be a synch issue. Make sure your component input is set for the proper type of output. Your XBOX 360 is likely set to 1080i, but your DVD and PS2 are only 480i (or maybe 480p for the DVD if progressive scan).
Sometimes component inputs are 'self adjusting' to the signal, but others require manual setting.